Appearing in "Civil War: Part 2"Edit
- Captain America (Steve Rogers)
- Iron Man (Tony Stark)
- Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards)
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
- Secret Avengers (First appearance)
- Young Avengers (Joins Team)
- Dagger (Tandy Bowen)
- Cloak (Tyrone Johnson)
- Falcon (Sam Wilson)
- Dr. Jane Foster
- Cable (Nathan Summers)
- Luke Cage
- Daredevil (Danny Rand)
- Night Nurse (Linda Carter)
- Tigra (Greer Grant)
- Fantastic Four
- She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters)
- Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers)
- Doc Samson (Leonard Samson)
- Yellowjacket (Criti Noll) (Impersonates Dr. Hank Pym)
- Daily Bugle
- Wasp (Janet van Dyne)
- Happy Hogan
- May Parker
- Mary Jane Watson-Parker
- Miriam Sharpe
- Franklin Richards
- Valeria Richards
- Sentinel Squad O*N*E
- New York State
- Washington, D.C.
- S.H.I.E.L.D. Safe House #23(First appearance)
- Prison 42 (Mentioned)
- Superhuman Registration Act (First full appearance)
- Grim Reaper's Scythe
- Vulture's Wings
- Iron Spider Armor
- Extremis Armor
- Patriot's Shield
- Falcon's Wings
- Sentinel Squad Armor
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- S.H.I.E.L.D. Bus One
Synopsis for "Civil War: Part 2"Edit
The issue starts with the Vulture and Grim Reaper beaten to a pulp and chained to a column. S.H.I.E.L.D. agents have arrived on the scene and have also located the Trapster chained to the sink in the men's bathroom. The agents radio Commander Hill with this news. Hill says that this makes fifteen super villains inside seventy-two hours that have been captured in this manner. Hill says that Captain America could not do this by himself in such a short time period. Therefore, their nightmare scenario has occurred: Captain America is not own his own anymore.
In New York City where Iron Man, Yellow Jacket, Mr. Fantastic, She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Tigra and Doc Samson have just defeated a huge Doombot. The crowd cheers in support of the heroes. Iron Man says that is the sound of people starting to believe in super heroes again. She-Hulk wonders if they are now just S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and not super heroes. Iron Man says that they are still super heroes who tackle super-crime. The only thing that has changed is that the kids, amateurs and sociopaths are getting weeded out. Tigra asks which of those categories Captain America falls into. Iron Man says that Captain America is simply wrong this time.
At the Baxter Building, Reed is excited about Tony's bug plan for the superhuman community. Sue is not happy that Tony's plan includes jailing for many of their old friends. Reed says that it is unfortunate, but there is no other option. His projections show numerous social dangers due to their unchecked actions. That everybody faces an apocalypse if their unlicensed activity is not brought under control. Reed is excited and impressed with Tony's secret plan and the ideas that Tony and Hank Pym have been tossing around. That they are concept-machines. Sue asks what a CD marked "42" is. Reed says it is classified information.
In the Daily Bugle, J. Jonah Jameson shares his excitement with Robbie Robertson about the new Super Hero Registration Act. In Tony Stark's penthouse, Tony prays that he is doing the right thing. Midnight at Time Square announces that the Super Hero Registration Act has become law.
A day later, S.H.I.E.L.D. agents pursue Patriot from the Young Avengers. The S.H.I.E.L.D. helicopters trap Patriot in a building and then launch gas bombs into the building and take out Patriot. The rest of the Young Avengers captured and shackled and being led into S.H.I.E.L.D. prison van. At an unknown location, "Daredevil" and some bald guy watch the Young Avengers being arrested from a monitor. The bald guy says that Captain America and Falcon are already undercover on the scene.
Two S.H.I.E.L.D. agents in the prison van drive away from the scene. The agent in the passenger seat is going on and on about how these kids are freaks; that they get no buzz off being legit; that these freaks only get off on the masks and that "mystery man" garbage. The agent asks the driver if he has heard about this "number forty-two" thing that they are constructing. The agent driving looks over at the agent and says "You know something, fella? You talk too much!" The driver is actually Captain America undercover as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. And with that the driver punches the agent through the door and the agent lands in the middle of the interstate into oncoming traffic. The Falcon in the back of the van frees the Young Avengers from their special shackles. The Falcon tells Wiccan to transport them out of here. The S.H.I.E.L.D. helicopter following the prison van radios for back up support. Wiccan manages to teleport the entire prison van to some type of bunker headquarters. The Young Avengers exit the prison van and are greeted by Cable, "Daredevil", Shroud, Dagger, Luke Cage, Goliath and Hercules.
Captain America explains that they are in S.H.I.E.L.D. safe house number twenty-three. He says that there are twenty-eight of these safe houses across the globe and that only Captain America and Nick Fury know about them. He says Nick Fury told them that they could use this place for as long as they wanted to. Also, Nick Fury is working on their new secret I.D's. Dagger then yells to Captain America to come look at Tony Stark's press conference on television. In the X-Mansion, the X-Men are about to watch the press conference. Sue Richards watches the press conference at the hospital while Johnny visits her.
Tony Stark introduces Mrs. Sharpe, who lost her son in the Stamford Incident, and Spider-Man to the crowd by saying they do not need an introduction. Spider-Man says how it is time for super heroes to go legitimate and earn back a little public trust. That Captain America advocates people with powers being completely unchecked. J. Jonah Jameson looks at his television, stunned. Spider-Man then unmasks and says "My name is Peter Parker, and I've been Spider-Man since I was fifteen years old." JJ Jameson passes out in his office. Peter asks the press if the crowd if they have any questions.
- Spider-Man reveals his secret identity as Peter Parker to the entire world, during a meeting at Congress.
- In J. Jonah Jameson's office, newspapers in the wall was taken from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 films, this is obviously an easter egg.
- No trivia.
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